wild white sage tea
Recipe by yogi times
Drinks & Juices | Serves 4
Prep. Time: 3 min. | Cooking Time: 5 min.
a cup of nature's best
One of the most sacred plants to Native Americans, sage can be found in the wilderness. Make sure to only pick the leaves and leave the flower buds for the bees. For centuries, it has been used as a medicine, cooking, as well as in religious and healing rituals. It is a great anti-oxidants and improves brain functions and memory.
Bring water to a boil. Place about 4 tablespoons of fresh sage leaves in the water and remove from the heat. Let it sit for about 3-5 minutes, then strain and serve in a clear glass or cup preferably so you can enjoy the light color of the tea.
Add a few dropps of lemons in the tea, add agave syrup or honey to enhance the natural flavor of sage.
- Fresh or dried sage
- Lemon (optional)
- Honey or agave syrup (optional)
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